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Create with the Curator: Paint Night at the Triton



$40 for members, $50 for non-members
$40 Early Bird Price: Register by August 1st

Friday, August 23rd, 2024 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Linn Studio

1 Day

About the Course

Create with the Curator: Paint Night at the Triton

Location and Time: Triton Museum’s Linn Studio, Friday, August 23, 2024, 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

Price: $40 for members, $50 for non-members ($40 Early Bird Price: Register by August 1st)

Minimum of 10 participants must be registered for the class to take place.

Please RSVP ahead of time. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Age 21+. ID will be checked upon arrival. Red or White Wine offered (brand: J. Lohr) Limit of 2 drinks per attendee.


Enjoy a guided step-by-step Paint and Sip class this summer and create a beautiful summer scene! This workshop will be hosted by the Triton Museum’s very own Curator and Artist Vanessa Callanta. Whether you already have art experience or are looking to try something new, this workshop will be great for going at your own pace and for any skill level. Join in for a care-free and fun night of creativity, on an individual basis or with friends or family. Drinks included!

Materials List:

All materials included, with complimentary wine.


  •  Bring your own apron

Your Instructor

Vanessa Callanta

Vanessa Callanta

Vanessa Callanta is a Bay Area based artist and Curator at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara. From an early age, she showed a passion for art. She pursued this interest and earned an Associate’s Degree with High Honors from Mission College in studio arts, studying under accomplished artists and educators Mark Engel and George Rivera. She has also been fortunate enough to participate in workshops from the world-renowned artist Cuong Nguyen.

Vanessa has had her art shown at the Vargas Gallery at Mission College, KALEID Gallery in San Jose, Works/San Jose, Chopsticks Alley Art, the Triton Museum of Art, and in other group exhibitions at local businesses. She has also had the privilege of being selected to paint an ArtBox for Sherman Oaks Elementary School in San Jose and has participated in chalk art festivals at Luna Park and the Triton Museum of Art. During her free time, Vanessa enjoys being creative and reading. She believes art should be accessible to everyone and that it is critical for us to express ourselves creatively.

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